School Bus Safety Week

School Bus Safety Week reminds students, parents and
motorists of their important role in school bus safety

Georgia celebrates National School Bus Safety Week on October 20 - 24, 2014, and Georgia School Bus Driver Appreciation Day on Monday, October 20.  Schools and safety advocates throughout the Peach State are using the week as an opportunity to highlight the importance of school bus safety.  The 2014 theme for the week, Be Smart - Be Seen, I wait in a safe place, reminds students, parents and motorists of the important role each plays in ensuring student safety at the school bus stop.  One key factor in protecting Georgia’s students rests with motorists obeying the law and stopping for Georgia’s school buses as they board and exit. But, drivers should also be reminded that obeying the law is just not enough.  Children are unpredictable… motorists must have an overall heightened safety awareness and expect the unexpected as children wait at bus stops and as they get on and off their school bus.

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Governor's Wife Reads to Us!

Governor Deal’s wife recently read a story to Hand-in-Hand students.  She is travelling around the state reading aloud to selected Pre-K schools, and Hand-in-Hand was one of those schools chosen. 

Fire Safety Clowns Visit

The Thomas County and Thomasville City Fire Clowns visited the students at Hand-In-Hand Primary this week to teach the students about Fire Safety.
They performed skits, demonstrated safe exits, and fire drills for the home. The students also got to see the big fire trucks.

Pumpkin Fun!

Londyn, Dillon, Zumarion, Malkijah, and Angel enjoyed decorating a pumpkin in the art area of Mrs. Angie Manning's kindergarten classroom.  They entered their pumpkin at the fair and won a ribbon!

Engaging Experiments!

Hand-in-Hand future scientists Lauren, Colbee, and  Eli, in Mallory Glass's Pre-K class experiment with watching colors erupt and mix together.

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